Make a bequest

Wills & bequests

Gifts left to us in Wills are known as bequests, and are our largest single source of charitable income. For over 75 years bequests have been responsible for enabling many advances in the cancer fight. Including a bequest in your Will today will help us plan life-saving research, prevention and support projects now and for generations to come.

Brian's story

Brian Webster Cancer Council Bequestor

Oligodendroglioma - it's a word I didn't know existed until I turned 53. Read more of Brian's story

Gayle's story

Gayle Anderson Cancer Council Bequestor

In 2006, I had a routine medical exam upon returning from a volunteer mission to the Cook Islands. Read more of Gayle's story

How will my bequest
help ?

We rely on generous donations to help fund the fight against cancer, and we're commited to maximising their impact.

Our funds are directed towards:

  • Lifesaving cancer research
  • World-class education programs
  • Support services for people in times of great need
 
Daffodil Day

Buy a pin or volunteer.

I Will For Cancer

You dream it. We support it. Help fight cancer in your own unique way.

Relay For Life

A team event held in over 60 Victorian communities by local volunteers.

Girls' Night In

Get the girls together for a night in during October.

Pink Ribbon Day

Monday 27 October 2014. Support those affected by breast cancer.

Biggest Morning Tea

Make your cup count. Hold a morning tea during May.

Golf charity days

Combine sport and altruism. Hold a club fundraising day.

Seen a suspicious fundraiser?

How to identify and report it.

Updated: 10 Mar, 2016